Friday, February 20, 2009

Still plugging away


I'm still plugging away at uploading my old site's content to this new site, as well as compiling an electronic clip file of as many of my articles as I can track down and get in the system. That, in particular, is a time-consuming process, but I have more than 400 articles up, including everything I've written for the Phoenix (both as a freelancer and since joining the staff full-time) and a bunch of other stuff. I'm tagging them with the publication names, and posting them on their publication dates, so you can have a little retrospective of what I've been up to. There's still a lot to do, and I really want to get the old stuff posted and the clip file completed before I spend more time doing other things. But please keep checking back!

UPDATE 2/24: With the inspiration of WritingRoads, and the amazing help of ThreeColumnBlogger, I've updated the look a little bit, with the left column for entries, the middle one for professional and blog-navigation stuff, and the right column for social-networking information.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

A brand-new day!

Welcome to the all-new!

My last Web site hadn't been updated since some time in 2001, I think (I'd made the odd change here or there, but nothing truly substantive). So really it was long past time. I've posted most of the stuff that was hiding around my old site - but it's much easier to find. There are still a few things needing posting from back then - mostly stuff from my time in New Zealand in 1999.

After that, I'll start posting new stuff. In the meantime, I've put a bunch of links to other social media (Twitter, Facebook, Google Reader, LinkedIn, Digg, Delicious) over on the sidebar, so check out those links too!

And you can subscribe for updates as I post them, too - just click the "Subscribe for updates" link on the right.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Photo - prints for sale

All photos on this page © Jeff Inglis

Several people own 11"x14" prints of these photographs in 16"x20" Exeter Gallery White matting. Print, matting, and mounting materials are all archival quality. If you are interested in finding out who some of these people are, or how you might become one, please drop me a line.